|Publication number||US7072683 B2|
|Application number||US 10/307,066|
|Publication date||Jul 4, 2006|
|Filing date||Nov 29, 2002|
|Priority date||Nov 8, 2000|
|Also published as||EP1410672A1, EP1410672A4, US7162263, US20020055373, US20030078078, US20030078079, US20030083108, US20030083109, WO2002039779A1, WO2002039780A1|
|Publication number||10307066, 307066, US 7072683 B2, US 7072683B2, US-B2-7072683, US7072683 B2, US7072683B2|
|Inventors||John Joseph King, Christina Judeen King|
|Original Assignee||Lavaflow, Llp|
|Export Citation||BiBTeX, EndNote, RefMan|
|Patent Citations (40), Non-Patent Citations (13), Referenced by (32), Classifications (14), Legal Events (5)|
|External Links: USPTO, USPTO Assignment, Espacenet|
The present invention relates to U.S. application Ser. No. 10/307,175, entitled A Method of Enabling the Selection of a Picture File on a Cellular Telephone (LF104US), U.S. application Ser. No. 10/307,096, entitled A Method of Enabling the Display of a Plurality of Picture Files on a Cellular Telephone (LF105US), U.S. application Ser. No.10/307,121, entitled A Method of Editing Information Related to a Picture File Displayed on a Cellular Telephone (LF107US) all filed on Nov. 29, 2002 by the same inventors as the present invention and assigned to the Assignee of the present invention.
Applicants claim priority of U.S. application Ser. No. 60/246,773, filed on Nov. 8, 2000, U.S. application Ser. No. 60/311,982, filed on Aug. 13, 2001, and U.S. application Ser. No. 10/004,318, filed on Nov. 2, 2001, all filed by the same inventors as the present invention and assigned to the Assignee of the present invention, the entire applications of which are incorporated by reference.
This disclosure relates generally to the display of picture files, and more particularly to a method of enabling the display of a picture file on a cellular telephone.
As individuals spend more time in front of their computers or other electronic devices having displays, individuals need additional features that personalize their devices and provide a diversion from their fast paced lives. Common sources of a diversion for individuals with access to computers include personal picture files and screen savers. While individuals may have personal picture files stored on or accessible from their computers, the personal picture files need to be accessed from a stored location or as an attachment to an email. There is currently no tool that enables a user to easily access personal picture files on such devices.
Similarly, screen savers can be entertaining and provide a diversion. However, some early conventional screen savers had limited utility. Accordingly, screen savers were developed for providing additional information with the content of the screen saver. With the increased access and popularity of the Internet, some screen savers were developed which provided current weather information with an outdoor scene associated with a particular city. The scene could change from a sunny morning, to a rainy afternoon, to a star-filled night. The screen saver could also be customized to display the temperature and weather forecast for a particular area by entering a zip code. The screen saver would also provide links to popular content areas of a weather web site. However, such screen savers were significantly limited a particular scene provided by the software or service provider.
Other screen savers were developed to provide more advanced information. Information “feeds” received from multiple information sources are aggregated, re-formatted and stored in a personalized real time information display system. When the display system receives a request from a user having a personal computer, the system was arranged to respond with information needed to display a screen saver that includes personalized, up-to-date information, such as traffic, weather and sports, that is of interest to that particular user. Each user had a personalized user profile indicating the categories or types of information that the user desires to receive, such as sports information, weather, investment advisories, and so on, and parameters that specify, for that user, the exact information desired to be received in each category. If the user's personal computer display had remained inactive for a predetermined period of time, the screen saver was activated, causing the personal computer to access the service node, and after interchange of prestored user identification and password data, retrieve information, obtained by the system from a variety of sources, based on the user's individual profile. The retrieved information is displayed on the screen without interrupting the screen saver function, and the displayed personalized data is thereafter updated in the same manner, at user-specified time intervals. While such screen saver systems are more advanced and provide additional personalized information beyond weather, such systems are limited in the display of the content and the user adaptability of the system.
Even more advanced systems were developed to provide user-selected content to a user on demand, and as a screen saver. In conventional information and advertising distribution system, a data server stores and updates a database of information items and advertisements. The information items and advertisements are each categorized so that each has an associated information category. Workstations remotely located from the data server each include a display device, a communication interface for receiving at least a subset of the information items and advertisements in the data server's database and local memory for storing the information items and advertisements received from the data server. An information administrator in each workstation establishes communication with the data server from time to time so as to update the information items and advertisements stored in local memory with at least a subset of the information items and advertisements stored by the data server. An information display controller in each workstation displays on the workstation's display device at least a subset of the information items and advertisements stored in local memory when the workstation meets predefined idleness criteria. At least a subset of the workstations includes a profiler for storing subscriber profile data. The subscriber profile data represents subscriber information viewing preferences, indicating information categories for which the subscriber does and does not want to view information items. The information display controller includes a filter for excluding from the information items displayed on the display device those information items inconsistent with the subscriber profile data. However, such systems provide information which is impersonal, and do not allow for personalization of content such as picture file content.
Accordingly, there is a need for a method and apparatus for providing content relevant information with a user's picture file for display of a user's device.
The present disclosure relates to providing content relevant information related to a picture file, and particular user interfaces for providing such information. In particular, the present disclosure relates to a method and apparatus for providing content relevant information associated with a picture file by displaying a user interface for accessing a plurality of picture files, coupling content relevant information to a selected picture file, and displaying the selected picture and the content relevant information on a display. The present disclosure further includes a method and for providing the content relevant information via a toolbar on a display, and more particularly providing a plurality of icons in the toolbar, coupling each icon to a picture file of a plurality of picture files, coupling content relevant information to a picture file, and displaying the picture file and the content relevant information. The disclosure further includes the use of a plurality of toolbars to display a picture file and content relevant information. In particular, a first toolbar having a plurality icons including an icon for selecting a second toolbar; and displaying the second toolbar having a plurality of icons representing picture files.
According to other aspects of Applicants' disclosure, a method and apparatus for displaying content relevant information associated with a picture file includes user input. In particular, a user interface for selecting a picture file and provides a user selectable option for displaying the picture file and the content specific information according to the user selectable option. Further, an entry window accessible by a user is disclosed for receiving information identifying the picture file and receiving content relevant information associated with the picture file, such as keywords or location information for enabling the display of content specific information associated with the information. The content specific information associated with the picture enables the display of relevant content information, such as an advertisement associated with the content of the picture file.
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Telecommunications network 110 is coupled by another data connection 112 to a service provider 114 having access to a plurality of databases 116. The data connection 112 could for example be a wireline connection to a service provider, such as an Internet Service Provider (ISP), or the service provider could be associated with the telecommunications network. Alternatively, the databases could reside within the service provider or the telecommunications network. Although
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An information interface 208 generally coordinates communications with databases 118–126 and provides information to server 204. The information interface could extract information, such as targeted advertisements from a variety of information providers, depending upon the end user's needs as set forth in the end user's profile. Alternatively, the functionality of information interface 208 could be incorporated in server 204. While the exemplary block diagram of service provide 114 shows one configuration of a service provider enabling the methods described in the present disclosure, other configurations of a service provider could be employed.
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Also shown are information display areas 510 and 512. These display areas could include content relevant information associated with the content of the picture file. For example, information display area 510 could include the weather for the location of the content of the picture file, while information display area 512 could include a banner ad related to the content and/or location of the picture file. In addition, the banner ad could include options to access additional information regarding the content of the picture file or go to a particular website by selecting the banner ad. For example, a box 514 could be selected to enable a user to close out the information display area on the device. Alternatively, a box 516 could be selected to “save” the content of the information display area to a predetermined folder for easy access. Such a feature is particularly useful for a wireless device where the user interface or display may be less conducive to viewing a large amount of information. Preferably, the information in the information display would be saved to a user's website, which could be a personal website or a webpage for the user associated with the user's wireless service provider. Accordingly, a user could access information provided to the wireless device at a more convenient time or from a device with a more suitable user interface for reviewing the information.
Although two information display areas are shown, any number of information display areas could be employed. Further, the information display areas could display any type of information, and could be based upon any number of elements related to the picture file, alone or in combination, including but not limited to such elements as a keyword related to the content of the picture, the geographic location of the content of the picture file, the owner or originator of the picture file, etc.
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The mystery icon could provide a location provided by a service provider and which might be of interest to a particular user. That is, a service provider could select (and periodally change) a picture which might be of interest based upon information in the user's profile. For example, if a user entered picture files that related to vacation spots, a service provider could provide a mystery picture of various vacation spots, including advertisement for lodging or hospitality near the vacation spot. Such network provided pictures create good opportunities for targeted advertisements enabling a service provider to generate revenue.
Similarly, the toolbar could be created by a particular entity for an end user and include icons associated with a particular category or entity. For example, a toolbar could specific to a particular company (e.g. hotel chain promoting vacation spots), university, profession, sport, team, nationality, etc. Alternatively, the toolbar could include four icons, one for each season of a particularly favorite screen saver, or twelve icons, one for each month. Such specific toolbars could be maintained or updated by the service provider, which would not only eliminate the need for an end user to maintain the toolbar, but would also provide a way to provide targeted content specific information such as advertisements to end users.
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If a plurality of information selection option buttons enabling a screen saver function are selected, the screen saver will periodically cycle through the selected picture files. It is contemplated that user preferences related to the cycling of selected pictures could be selected by a user, for example by selecting the “OPTIONS” icon in
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Content specific information related to the picture could then be entered in the next two fields. For example, a second data field 806 could be a keyword representing the content of the picture file, such as home, vacation, dog, etc. A third data field 808 could include location specific information related to the content of the picture file, such as a zip code or other location information. Optionally, a user could have the option of selecting the type of content relevant information desired to be displayed, such as weather or news. Although a user may be able to select certain desired information, the user may automatically receive other content relevant information, such as advertisements. The information entered in the keyword, location or info desired fields could be entered manually or selected from a pull-down menu option. Alternatively, the entry program could be accessed remotely from the device. For example, a user could access the entry program from a home computer by accessing a website for the service provider to enter information related to the device. Such remote access to the entry program can be particularly beneficial for a device having a limited user interface, such as a cellular telephone.
Although only four data fields are shown, any number of data fields could be included. For example, multiple key words and/or locations could be entered. Similarly, a keyword and sub-category approach could be employed, to receive the desired content specific information. For example, a user could use a keyword “Pet” and sub-category “Dog,” or use a keyword “Dog” and sub-category “Labrador” to receive the desired content specific information. Also, the device could automatically provide information related to the location of the device itself. For example, a GPS circuit could be coupled to control circuit 302 or a service provider through triangulation could provide information related to the location of the device. Such geographic location information of the device itself could be another factor in providing appropriate information or targeted advertisement to a user of a device.
Alternatively, a service provider could consider the standard icon selected by the use to represent a picture file in determining the appropriate content relevant information to be provided with the picture file. While certain data fields are used, a user need not enter information in every data field. Content relevant information provided for display could be provided based upon the information entered. Alternatively, the program could be written such that a picture will only be displayed if all the information is entered, enabling a service provider to provide the most relevant information to a user. Such completeness could be important to a service provider transmitting targeted advertisements.
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The picture file associated with the selected icon and the content relevant information is displayed according to a predetermined format at a step 1412. The predetermined format could either be a default format when the program is installed, or could include advanced features as described in more detail in reference to other figures. The content relevant information is periodically updated at a step 1414. The updates could be performed for a particular picture file whenever an icon is selected, or on a periodic basis for all picture files. A picture file, which may at first be displayed as a “window” on the display, could then be displayed as a screen saver after a predetermined period of inactivity. According to an alternate embodiment of the invention, information selection option buttons associated with each icon, such as buttons 714–722, could be selected to enable periodically rotating the pictures when in a screen saver mode. Alternatively, a default condition or a single button selected by an end user could enable the pictures to be periodically rotated during screen saver mode.
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In summary, the present disclosure relates to providing content relevant information related to a picture file, and particular user interfaces for providing such information. The foregoing discussion of the invention has been presented for purpose of illustration and description. Further, the description is not to limit the invention to the form disclosed herein. Consequently, variations and modifications commensurate with the above teachings within the skill and knowledge of the relevant art, are within the scope of the present invention. The embodiments discussed hereinabove are further intended to explain the best mode known of the invention and to enable others skilled in the art to utilize the invention in such, or in other, embodiments and with the various modification required by their application or uses of the invention. It is intended that the appended claims be constructed to include alternative embodiments to the extent permitted by the prior art.
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